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Are there alternatives to addressing the budget shortfall through cuts alone?

The City of San Rafael recently commissioned a survey of local residents that measured 64% support for increasing the local sales tax rate to help preserve city services. Accordingly, the San Rafael City Council is considering placing a measure on the November ballot that would increase the local sales tax rate by one-quarter percent to generate $3.4 million per year of locally controlled funding for city services.

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